Currently, there is no targeted antiviral therapy that has been shown to be effective against COVID-19. Particularly, drugs such as Kaletra (lopinavir/ritonavir) and chloroquine have not been shown to modify disease outcomes and, as such, should not be used. There is no scientific data to show that these drugs will prevent anyone from getting sick with COVID-19, or that they will aid in recovery for those who are infected.
Treatment for COVID-19 is supportive and includes measures to lower fever, treat muscle pains or headaches, and remain hydrated. Severely ill patients require in-hospital treatment that may include oxygen or respiratory support.